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Thousands Of People Are Chanting "Oh Jeremy Corbyn" All Over Glastonbury Festival

What times we're living in.

Over recent months people have begun chanting "Oh Jeremy Corbyn" to the tune of "Seven Nation Army" by the White Stripes in a display of support for the Labour leader.

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The chant, which has been used by football fans for years, was first adapted for Corbyn when he addressed the crowd at a concert in Tranmere. He later said that he'd been "moved" by the chant.

After the election result two weeks ago, the chant has become even more ubiquitous, being heard at nightclubs...

Concerts...

And sport matches.

And now the chant has even spread across Glastonbury. Last night, thousands of people began singing "Oh Jeremy Corbyn" during a pause in Radiohead's set.

And people were proud.

Some were also found it strangely emotional.

But this wasn't the only instance of the chant being sung at Glastonbury. It broke out during a silent disco, too.

And people were also chanting on a buggy being driven around the festival.

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What times we're living in.

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What times we're living in.

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